Manchester United v Leeds live stream, BT Sport, Saturday 14 August, 12:30pm BST
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Opening weekend fixtures don't come much more highly charged than this grudge match, and it could be extra spicy as Old Trafford welcomes back a capacity crowd.
Having finished as runners-up to another of their arch-rivals, Manchester City, United will no doubt be fancying themselves for a title push in 2021/22 .
And if the visit of their old foes from across the Pennines isn't enough to get them thoroughly pumped up, what will be?
Leeds should be just as fired up themselves, though - not least after taking a 6-2 walloping from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men last season.
Marcelo Bielsa has finally put pen to paper on a new deal (not that it was in any doubt), and the Whites will be looking to build on their impressive return to the top flight after 16 years away, which saw them finish ninth.
All eyes will be on the United line-up to see if Jadon Sancho makes his debut - the England winger completed a £73 million move from Borussia Dortmund last month - but he is likely to start on the bench.
Solskjaer will be without Marcus Rashford - the forward has just had shoulder surgery - and Edinson Cavani, who's been given an extended break after playing at the Copa America with Uruguay earlier in the summer.
Leeds are set to hand a debut to Junior Firpo at left-back, with centre-back Diego Llorente the only confirmed injury absentee.
It's fair to say Bielsa has transformed Leeds' fortunes since arriving three years ago, but can he change this? Leeds haven't won a league game at Old Trafford since February 1981...
Kick-off is at 12:30pm BST and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate the UK.
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